December Jamz

Here she is: the Ultimate, Mega, Super-Cool Holiday music playlist straight from my Spotify to yours. Whether you’re binging Hallmark Christmas movies, baking up a storm, or outfitting your house with allllll the holiday decorations, this playlist contains the most perfectly festive background tunes. The Justin Beiber Christmas album, alone….I mean, c’mon. It really IS

Thursday Things: Fall Edition

Hello friends, family, and random internet passerby! Happy Thursday. Happy post-Halloween-candy hangover day. As I’m assuming (or, uhhh hoping) is the case with many of you, I joyfully ate candy all month long that was purchased for trick or treaters, but was enjoyed by me mostly. Riiiiiiiding that sugar high, baby. #ReesesPumpkins Let’s discuss all

November Jamz

Now, while a big part of me is FULLY ready to embrace the Christmas-music season, I am November’s biggest fan (I will be 26th on the 17th — eeek. #officiallylate20s, plus Thanksgiving, only my favorite of all holidays). So I will be waiting to share my mega-ultra X-mas playlist until the first of December. And

October Naptime Reads

Sooo funny story. I stepped outside on our back porch to take this quickie photo of my October book stack — the result bears evidence of dark storms clouds a-brewin’ and a photobomb from our lovely septic system. (Plus, my weirdly-shaped hand). Country livin’, y’all. Betcha wish I’d gotten a selfie with the scorpion that

Thursday Things

Boy, do I have a lot of things to tell you. These past few weeks have been chock-full of busy. Here’s my TT recap + roundup. -Because my husband is amazing (and does things I would be crazy to attempt), he signed up for an Ironman triathlon ten months ago. It’s been a goal of

October JAMZ

Bring on the spook, y’all. JK I’m still scared of the dark and hate horror movies, so really only into this month for the lower temps and candy vibes (love you forever, Reese’s pumpkins!!!!). But hey, that doesn’t mean we can’t still get our monster mash on. This month’s playlist features nostalgia-inducing jams (so many

September Naptime Reads

My naptime reading was light this month, but I did get in two really great reads, recommended by both my mom and BFF. Those are, essentially, the most important of recommenders, so I immediately downloaded both books on my tablet and got my Regency romance on. Blackmoore by Julianne Donaldson: It only took me about,

Guest Post: Thursday Things with Amy Keim

When Kasee asked me to do this week’s Thursday Things, my first thought was, “Uhm, no, because then I can’t read YOUR Thursday Things.” Seriously — reading Kasee’s Thursday updates is my guilty pleasure… Right up there with stuffing handfuls of Goldfish crackers, because I’m five, into my mouth all at once. Perhaps you, too,